An Evening of Classical Dance, Music and Perfect Jugalbandi in Delhi | Events Film News

A mix of soulful vocals and classical dance marked the Silver Jubilee of the Parampara series on Friday night. The annual music and dance festival also celebrates Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav this year and will feature artists and performers from across the country.

Ronu Majumdar

The hybrid event was held at Natya Tarangini, which was created by famous exhibitors Kuchipudi Raja and Radha Reddy, who also performed at the event. From disinfectants placed at the entrance to distant corporate headquarters, the amphitheater was ready to welcome its enthusiastic audience. The artistic collaboration was the focal point of this year’s festival, and one of the highlights of the evening was an exciting jugalbandi between flautist Ronu Majumdar and Kuchipudi dancer Yamini Reddy.

Yamini said: “During the pandemic we saw everyone come together and help each other. It’s our way as artists to represent the same feeling of oneness. Emphasizing the importance of a live audience to any musician or performer, Ronu Majumdar said, “We all really missed the feel of a live concert, didn’t we? Hope this is one of the many collaborations and live gigs we have. Raja Reddy explained the message the artists were trying to convey through the festival and said, “Plant seeds of love in your heart, let them grow into trees of service – trees that bloom fruits of joy and share. then this joy with everyone. ”

Yamini Reddy

Shruthi Parasa, lawyer and entrepreneur, was very happy to be in the audience. “I waited for events to come back on stage. The online experience is nothing compared to what artists can do live, ”she said. Chinmaya Iyer, a classical singer, said, “I’m an artist myself, so I know the importance of a live audience and I think offline gigs should definitely make a comeback. I think we can evolve into a space where there can be more concerts if they are organized in a controlled manner.

– Eesha Thorat

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